The logo is Minot State University’s official identifying mark. It is the basic element in the application of a unified visual identity. Minot State’s logo consists of two parts: the shield and the wordmark. The shield and wordmark should never be arranged differently than the examples shown in the graphic standards manual, or combined with other design elements.
The logo is uniquely rendered. It cannot be redrawn, duplicated, or modified in any way.
For more information on the logo and examples of usage, refer to the graphic standards manual.
The tagline is often used in promotional materials in conjunction with the logo. Minot State’s tagline is meant to position the university in the minds of key stakeholders as a school with unwavering focus on its students.
The Minot State tagline is not a part of the logo, but can be used with the logo. It cannot be used alone, or as a replacement for the logo. For examples, see above and on pages 18 - 19 of the graphic standards manual.
The tagline is uniquely rendered. It cannot be redrawn, duplicated, or modified in any way.